‘The Company You Keep’ Review: Milo Ventimiglia and Catherine Haena Kim in a Frothy ABC Drama With a Hint of Potential
A con artist links up with a CIA agent in this romantic/odd-couple series, based on a South Korean show.
‘O.G.’: Film Review
Jeffrey Wright plays an inmate near the end of his sentence in 'O.G.,' the first dramatic feature by documentarian Madeleine Sackler.
Forest Whitaker, Kate Bosworth Head AMBI Heist Film ‘Finding Steve McQueen’
Mark Steven Johnson will direct the film based on the true story of Ohio thieves who attempted to steal $30 million in illegal contributions and blackmail money from President Richard Nixon's secret fund.
Hollywood Agencies Shift TV Toward Indie Film Model
"Black Box," which premieres on ABC April 24, is part of a wave of new shows backed by foreign pre-sales as agencies increasingly work around the big TV studios.
MIPTV: ‘Sex, Lies and Handwriting’ Series Starts Shoot in Summer (Exclusive)
The procedural from "Saving Grace" creator Nancy Miller and writer Annie Brunner is the first project under a co-finance and distribution agreement between Lionsgate and StudioCanal's Tandem Communications.
European Crime Drama ‘Crossing Lines’ Now Streaming on Netflix
The online streamer has inked an exclusive SVOD deal for NBC summer series “Crossing Lines.”
Best of 2013: 13 Big-Screen Reunions
From Julia Roberts and Dermot Mulroney to Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, the memorable co-stars who joined forces in new films this year.
MIPCOM: Amazon’s LoveFilm to Stream First Two Seasons of ‘Crossing Lines’ in U.K.
The European-set procedural, starring William Fichtner and Donald Sutherland, airs on NBC in the U.S.
European Crime Drama ‘Crossing Lines’ Gets Second Season
Ray Stevenson and Carrie-Anne Moss will be among the guest stars on the new season of the procedural.
Matt Damon Hopes ‘Elysium’ Pays Off for Sony
The actor also talked to THR about when we could expect him to make his directorial debut.
‘Crossing Lines’: NBC’s European Justice League
The new procedural, which bows with a two-hour premiere Sunday night, marks the first all-European series on a big four U.S. network.
Phantom: Film Review
Ed Harris and David Duchovny star in this Cold War era submarine thriller.